The GW Writing Center launched a survey last week to find out why students who visit the center during their freshman year do not return.
The University will open at 9:30 a.m. Thursday after snow blanketed the District Wednesday and canceled classes.
Officials are pausing plans to build a new residence hall on 20th and H streets in favor of expediting Thurston Hall renovations.
The computer science department will soon expand introductory Python courses to accommodate up to 200 students.
The University will soon introduce an annual leadership conference, “lunch-and-learn” seminars and an academic leadership academy.
The Faculty Senate passed two resolutions Friday clarifying language about faculty promotion processes.
Blake Morant will step down from his role as law school dean this semester, leaving behind a nationally ranked institution and reformed programs.
Grace Speights, the secretary of the Board of Trustees, is poised to become the group’s first black female leader.
Roger Stone, a former adviser to President Donald Trump who was arrested Friday for allegedly lying to government officials, was a former student.
For the third consecutive fiscal year, GW has increased its research spending and produced hundreds of books and other works.